1. The Jaguars offense overcomes key issues vs. the Bills
The biggest questions surrounding the Jaguars ahead of the offseason were the offensive line and the pass rush rotation. Both surfaced in Week 5. On the one hand, the pass rush couldn't get to Josh Allen but still managed to keep him in check. On the other hand, the offensive line struggled throughout the game, often killing whatever momentum the Jags had built.
That said, Jacksonville improved in a couple areas that held them back in previous weeks. The first one was a third-down conversion. They went 10-of-18 in that area, which is a significant improvement from the 31.4 percent completion rate they've averaged this season.
Their 32-yard gain on third-and-4 with 3;15 left in the fourth quarter was especially huge. Had the Jags punted, they would've given the Bills a prime opportunity to come back. Instead, Trevor Lawrence found Calvin Ridley to get to Buffalo's 37-yard line and Travis Etienne punched the ball into the end zone not long after.
Coincidentally, Etienne had a pretty productive outing even if you leave aside his second touchdown score. The third-yard running back toted the rock 23 times for 132 yards with two trips to the end zone. It seems like when Etienne thrives, everyone else does too.
In the end, the Jaguars' offense did more than enough to win the game and that's reflected on the scoreboard. Also, the defense deserves credit for making a stand when the Bills had one last chance to score.